CPR Dialogues is an international conference on public policy to be hosted by the Centre for Policy Research on 2 and 3 March in New Delhi. ThePrint.in is the digital partner for the conference.
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The absence of a statutory obligation to provide sanitation services by state agencies creates a situation where the rights of manual scavengers hang in the air.
It is targets such as long-standing electricity dues and low capacity of our thermal power plants that the Modi government needs to aim at.
One in 2 Indians in working population is a woman. But less than 1 in 4 own a smartphone. This gap must be closed if India has to leverage tech in economy.
Farmers are the only producers who don't get to declare the price of their produce in market. And this is highly unfavourable.
As US-led peace process moves into intra-Afghan talks, India can use its political capital to talk to all parties including Taliban to bridge differences.
Powerful political families mediate between the state and the society, shape policies, and bend the administrative machinery in line with their interests.
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